So today two things happened that make me stop. I have an outlet in my house set to turn off by automation at 5 o'clock in the morning. It worked for weeks, but this morning I decided not to go. That's not the big deal. At 4 in the morning, my garage door decided to open. There are only three ways this can happen: 1. The car button 2. The garage wall button 3. The home kit device that tells it to open The car is parked in the garage and everyone is asleep, so that's it outside and remove the button from the garage. So what's left is the HomeKit device. Now, if HomeKit had the actual logs, I could see if HomeKit really thought I should open it and told the MeRoss to go ahead and do it. But I have no logs, I only have the notification at 4 in the morning that the garage was opened (which was correct, I had to get up to check). How do I fix this?
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